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Member #653713

Member Since: February 23, 2015

Country: United States

  • Thank you :)

  • Hi, creator here -

    It's tested to CATIII 600V, which means it's safe to use on line voltages in a building protected by a breaker. You can see the whole story of the testing process on the blog at moosh.im

    You're right that the precision of this instrument is much higher than the listed accuracy. That doesn't mean that the extra bits are worthless or thrown away. It means you can see sub-millivolt changes on a signal up to 60V. I use this level of resolution to see things like the voltage sag in a battery when an indicator LED turns on.

    Anyway, I hope this answers some of your questions, best ~James

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